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Academic Voices: A Conversation on New Approaches to Teaching and Learning in the post-COVID World ; : 467-469, 2022.
Article in English | Scopus | ID: covidwho-2035545

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Universities and institutions of higher learning have been profoundly shaken by the Covid-19 pandemic. One of the major concerns during this period has been appropriate support to students. In particular, doctoral students have to be advised and supported when it comes to their (oral) thesis defence. In this brief chapter, the author raises a few questions and makes recommendations regarding doctoral students' thesis defence activities. © 2022 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.

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International Journal of Computer Science and Network Security ; 22(7):206-212, 2022.
Article in English | Web of Science | ID: covidwho-2026260

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Strengthening global geopolitical instability in the world leads to an aggravation of international conflicts;it destabilizes the domestic political situation in countries, violates the rights and freedoms of man and citizen, and also activates economic crime. The full-scale invasion of the Russian Federation on the territory of Ukraine and the deployment of military operations in a large territory of a sovereign country have created a number of destabilizing factors in the development of digital technologies and negatively affect the state and trends of digital marketing, which allows establishing interaction with a wide audience and facilitating the search for new customers in various places. The purpose of the research lies in substantiating the theoretical and applied principles for studying the features of digital marketing in the conditions of wartime posture in Ukraine. In the course of the research, general and special methods of economic analysis have been used and applied, namely: analysis and synthesis;analogies and comparisons;generalization and systematization;graphic and tabular methods. Regarding the results of the research of digital marketing in the conditions of wartime posture in Ukraine, it has been established that the intensification of the development of digital marketing is caused by the crisis phenomena of socialeconomic, social-political and military nature, as well as exacerbated by the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic. It has been proven that highly developed countries use innovative digital technologies more effectively in the field of marketing, which indicates the importance of the Multidimensional Index of Digitization (the USA - MID: 0,92-0,92;the UK - MID: 0,80-0,97;Japan - MID: 0,80-0,88;Canada - MID: 0,78-0,81;Germany MID: 0,78-0,88;France - MID: 0,72-0,76), however, the developing countries record much lower values (Ukraine - MID: 0,22-0,48). Accordingly, the level of cybersecurity in highly developed countries is also significantly higher than in transitive countries, in particular, in the United States (GCI: 0,919-0,999);Great Britain (GCI: 0,783-0,995);Canada (GCI: 0,818-0,978) and in Ukraine (GCI: 0,501-0,661).

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Cuadernos Latinoamericanos de Administración ; 18(35), 2022.
Article in Spanish | ProQuest Central | ID: covidwho-2025941

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Hoy en día, el impacto de la pandemia por el coronavirus COVID-19 en las pequeñas y medianas empresas es enorme, por tanto, el marketing digital surge como una estrategia para captar nuevos clientes y llegar a los consumidores utilizando medios digitales. El objetivo de este estudio es identificar los factores que influyen en la utilización del marketing digital por parte de las pequeñas y medianas empresas de la ciudad de Medellín. Se empleó la teoría fundamentada, un enfoque cualitativo y alcance exploratorio-descriptivo, aplicando nueve entrevistas semiestructuradas a personas de cargos relacionados con el área de mercadeo y marketing digital en las pequeñas y medianas empresas del sector de servicios y manufactura. Los hallazgos señalan que estas empresas han venido utilizando Internet como principal herramienta de comunicación, generando ventajas para el consumidor al momento de acceder a los productos y realizar compras. Se concluyó que los factores más influyentes en la utilización del marketing digital por parte de estas empresas son: factores de uso, motivación, estrategias y medios;y ventajas del uso de esas herramientas.

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AlterNative ; 2022.
Article in English | Scopus | ID: covidwho-2020986

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Talanoa (Moana-centred orality) is a widely used Indigenous Pacific discursive approach within research contexts across the diaspora. In a globalised and technologically enhanced era, the online space continues to shape Moana (Oceania) peoples’ talanoa engagement and communication. e–talanoa in this article is an extension of talanoa research engagement and practice. We unpack the contexts in which e–talanoa is negotiated and made sense, and employ talanoa–vā (relational sense-making and meaning-making) as a critical analytical framework for interrogating and unpacking the complexities associated with e–talanoa as a Moana–Pacific research praxis. e–talanoa considers our current post–covid research space and how Pacific researchers navigate their ethical vā–relations within the temporal–spatial and physical–online boundaries that govern meaningful research undertakings. Being open about the challenges enables further understanding of the dynamic and fluid, yet contextually grounded spaces in which e–talanoa as a method can be realised. © The Author(s) 2022.

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Public Health Rep ; : 333549221116136, 2022.
Article in English | Web of Science | ID: covidwho-2020748

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During the COVID-19 pandemic, public health agencies implemented an array of technologies and digital tools to support case investigation and contact tracing. Beginning in May 2020, the Association of State and Territorial Health Officials compiled information on digital tools used by its membership, which comprises 59 chief health officials from each of the 50 states, 5 US territories, 3 freely associated states, and the District of Columbia. This information was presented online through a publicly available technology and digital tools inventory. We describe the national landscape of digital tools implemented by public health agencies to support functions of the COVID-19 response from May 2020 through May 2021. We also discuss how public health officials and their informatics leadership referenced the information about the digital tools implemented by their peers to guide and refine their own implementation plans. We used a consensus-based approach through monthly discussions with partners to group digital tools into 5 categories: surveillance systems, case investigation, proximity technology/exposure notification, contact tracing, and symptom tracking/monitoring. The most commonly used tools included the National Electronic Disease Surveillance System Base System (NBS), Sara Alert, REDCap, and Maven. Some tools such as NBS, Sara Alert, REDCap, Salesforce, and Microsoft Dynamics were repurposed or adapted for >1 category. Having access to the publicly available technology and digital tools inventory provided public health officials and their informatics leadership with information on what tools other public health agencies were using and aided in decision making as they considered repurposing existing tools or adopting new ones.

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Revista Iberoamericana de Tecnologias del Aprendizaje ; : 1-1, 2022.
Article in English | Scopus | ID: covidwho-1985493

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In this pilot study, was analyzed the perception of synchronous virtual classes by engineering students in Colombia, specifically concerning four live streaming styles used as tools for digital teaching during the COVID-19 pandemic: talking head, speaker next to slide, speaker inside slide, and lightboard. Student opinions were collected using a Likert scale survey and open-response questions, and data were quantified to determine the influence of live streaming styles on teaching processes. Two populations were analyzed to determine whether continuous interaction with live streaming styles influenced student perceptions. Variation among the live streaming styles was observed only for the population with continuous interaction. Results indicate that the experiences between populations using the fourth live streaming style influence student perceptions of live streaming styles. The continuous interaction population preferred lightboard style, while the control population preferred speaker inside slide style. Factors for improvement were identified in all live streaming styles and mainly considered how the quality of audio and interaction impacted perception. IEEE

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Management Decision ; 2022.
Article in English | Scopus | ID: covidwho-1961350

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Purpose: The research aims to measure the effectiveness of collaborative learning exchanges transpired through digital tools and technologies (DT&Ts) employed by the mentor universities during the COVID-19 pandemic by conducting an empirical study on undergraduate students in Indian higher educational institutions (HEIs) under the mentorship program based on the corporate social responsibility (CSR) initiative. The pandemic scenario, its impact on the mentor university's social responsibility and the way DT&Ts can assist are investigated in this article. Design/methodology/approach: The interactions with experts and students were conducted to explore the DT&Ts for learning exchanges. Next, structural equation modeling (SEM) was performed to validate the model and perform regression analysis. The quantitative data collection was made through questionnaires during the second deadly wave of COVID-19 that hit India. Findings: The independent variables (IVs) such as the IT infrastructure support (IT_IS), virtual collaborative tools (VCTs) and future-oriented technologies (FOTs) have a significant impact on the CSR learning outcomes (CSR_LOs) of undergraduate students under the mentorship program. However, IV research instruments for innovation could not make a significant effect. Research limitations/implications: The IVs IT_IS, VCTs and FOTs influence the CSR_LOs, while RII does not have an influential impact. Practical implications: As the online learning environment is expected to stay at least in a blended form, adequate CSR funding in infrastructure is necessitated to harness the full potential of this important resource, technology. The results of this empirical investigation affirm that IT_IS, VOTs and FOTs significantly impact CSR_LOs during the crisis. The study findings would encourage the mendtor universities and their stakeholders, including the mentee universities, to evolve and create an ecosystem for effective management of these resources to attain positive outcomes. The study findings can guide the mentor universities in managing uncertainties like pandemics and effectively using the earlier-mentioned critical resources for social responsibility. This research also allows the development of future applications adnd models in mentor-mentee universities for social responsibility, post-pandemic transformation and resilience. Social implications: The DT&Ts came to the immediate rescue during the pandemic and positively affected collaborative CSR_LOs by the mentor universities, but they have not evolved to a level where offline learning can be replaced entirely. Hence, it can be inferred that a hybrid model is preferable. The study also improves the understanding of how DT&Ts are being harnessed to aid collaborative learning in fulfilling the mentors' CSR in fatal emergencies. The purpose is to equip the education system through mentorship so that universities can sustain, innovate and grow even in trying times. Also, it discusses the dynamics of various DT&Ts for creating a sustainable learning environment and utilizing them to make the teaching prolific and influential. Originality/value: There is a scarcity of literature regarding the learning outcomes realized through CSR initiatives and collaboration between mentor-mentee institutions. There is a need to understand how these knowledge exchanges continued despite the physical restrictions during the pandemic. In this direction, this study helps to understand how the DT&Ts played a critical role in continuing learning and keeping abreast in a knowledge society from the perspective of resource-based view (RBV) in these precarious situations. © 2022, Emerald Publishing Limited.

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45th Jubilee International Convention on Information, Communication and Electronic Technology, MIPRO 2022 ; : 599-603, 2022.
Article in English | Scopus | ID: covidwho-1955352

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The European Framework for the Digital Competence of Educators (DigCompEdu) is a framework describing what it means for educators to be digitally competent. This framework was the starting point for the research carried out in this paper regarding digital competences of Music Culture teachers of two Croatian counties, and special emphasis was put on the COVID-19 pandemic. The research results showed Music Culture teachers' usage of the digital tools during COVID-19 pandemic and their familiarity with specialized digital tools such as Finale, Sibelius, Encore etc. According to the research results, almost half (47.6%) of Music Culture teachers included in the research used some of digital tools in every lecture. The majority of Music Culture teachers strongly advocated OERs - Open Educational Resources for Music Culture education, which they could easily adjust to and use in the teaching process. Also, the majority of Music Culture teachers were aware of the ongoing need for lifelong learning and professional training, especially regarding specialized digital tools for teaching Music Culture and the development of their digital learning strategies in a virtual or traditional environment. © 2022 Croatian Society MIPRO.

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2022 ACM Designing Interactive Systems Conference: Digital Wellbeing, DIS 2022 ; : 1044-1057, 2022.
Article in English | Scopus | ID: covidwho-1950309

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Video-recording remote interviews can sometimes be necessary or desirable, such as in news broadcasting or documentary-making. However, remote interviews are not currently well-supported by digital tools. Unresolved questions about best practices and the kinds of support needed to facilitate remote interviews have become increasingly relevant since the Covid-19 pandemic. To reflect on these questions and explore the design space for systems to support high quality, remote video-recorded interviews, we conducted an exploratory Research through Design study, drawing on professional media-making techniques, novel interviewing methods and a bespoke intervention: The Interview Box. We provide a detailed summary of our design process and, reflecting on both the successes and failures of our interventions, construct two contributions: technical insights relating to the practical challenges of designing and implementing a remote video interview system, and general insights into the broader interaction design challenges of designing for remote video-recorded interviews. © 2022 Owner/Author.

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2021 International Conference on Computational Science and Computational Intelligence, CSCI 2021 ; : 1287-1288, 2021.
Article in English | Scopus | ID: covidwho-1948746

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A significant outcome of the COVID-19 pandemic has been the hyper dependency on digital tools. As schools and, at many times, businesses have converted online, the use of digital tools has increased rapidly. Since the situation of COVID-19 fluctuates, national and state-level regulations have caused schools to switch back and forth between traditional and online formats. When deciding between the two, governments should factor in the effects on mental health to prevent increased rates of depression. Our research aims to analyze the correlation between depression rates and the use of digital tools to implement an autoregressive model to predict the best times to switch between online and traditional teaching formats. Based on our findings, the autoregressive model will be implemented to predict when depression rates would peak after school closures. © 2021 IEEE.

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REDU-REVISTA DE DOCENCIA UNIVERSITARIA ; 20(1):69-90, 2022.
Article in Spanish | Web of Science | ID: covidwho-1939270

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"Real Educational Challenges" (DER) is a subject of the Bachelor Degree in Education from a university in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Relying on Project Based Learning, Design Thinking, Cooperative Learning and Metacognition as pedagogical-didactic pillars, the course aims for students to investigate a current authentic educational problem, and then design and communicate an innovative and viable proposal to solve it. In 2020, the mandatory social confinement due to the COVID-19 pandemic presented us with the challenge of migrating DER lessons to online-based education. In this article we narrate and reflect on this experience, based on students acute accent classwork and the teaching materials used. We describe the main transformations that were required to sustain the pedagogical proposal in an online learning environment, analysing their opportunities and limitations. Our analysis shows that the intensive use of diversity of digital tools enhanced key aspects of the course, such as teacher follow-up and student collaborative work, and favoured the availability of evidence for metacognition. It also promoted the design of solutions that, adapted to the context of confinement, incorporated technology as a central element. On the other hand, the impossibility of conducting face-to-face fieldwork was the greatest limitation. Considering that, beyond the pandemic, virtual and/or hybrid education has been installed as an educational alternative, this experience invites us to rethink university teaching practices, taking into account the value of technology to enrich learning through online-based education, while still identifying irreplaceable elements of in-person experiences.

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16th International Conference on Universal Access in Human-Computer Interaction, UAHCI 2022 Held as Part of the 24th HCI International Conference, HCII 2022 ; 13309 LNCS:400-409, 2022.
Article in English | Scopus | ID: covidwho-1930303

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Due to the COVID-19-pandemic, digital participation has become more important than ever before. Since people with intellectual disabilities (ID) are still facing barriers regarding their vocational and digital participation, the miTAS project aims to improve their participation by providing the miTAS app and the miTAS media box. These offer checklists and instructions based on individual needs. This research aims to find out about the framework conditions for using digital tools in vocational training and vocational rehabilitation of people with ID. Implications for how to manage the digital transformation process in these facilities should be derived as well. Eleven semi-structured group interviews with people with ID and social workers were conducted as videoconferences. The research indicates that the COVID-19-pandemic has influenced daily life in the facilities in different ways. Especially facilities in rural areas are still lacking technical equipment and concepts for providing digital participation. Digital tools offer an added value for the vocational participation of people with intellectual disabilities (ID) such as joint learning, fun, gain of digital competencies, autonomy, and self-efficacy. For the digital transformation process, it takes the support of the management board, human resources, and technical infrastructure. The added value of the new digital tool must be clearly recognizable. Within the facilities, transparency, clarity in internal communication, and an appealing concept are needed. Moreover, the inclusion of people with ID as experts and new ways of peer-to-peer support is highly recommended. Interdisciplinary cooperation can be helpful as well. © 2022, The Author(s), under exclusive license to Springer Nature Switzerland AG.

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JMIR Cardio ; 6(1): e29481, 2022 Jun 21.
Article in English | MEDLINE | ID: covidwho-1923842

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BACKGROUND: Antithrombotic therapy is complex and requires informed decisions and high therapy adherence. Several mobile phone apps exist to either support physicians in the management of antithrombotic therapies or to educate and support patients. For the majority of these apps, both their medical evidence and their development background are unknown. OBJECTIVE: This review aims to investigate the available literature describing high-quality apps for managing antithrombotic therapy based on professional scientific information. METHODS: Keywords and Medical Subject Heading terms were used to search MEDLINE via PubMed and Ovid between December 2019 and January 2022. Inclusion criteria were the availability of full text and publications in the English language. Apps that solely focused on atrial fibrillation were excluded. Qualitative findings were thematically synthesized and reported narratively. RESULTS: Out of 149 identified records, 32 were classified as eligible. We identified four groups: (1) apps for patients supporting self-management of vitamin K antagonists, (2) apps for patients increasing therapy adherence, (3) educational apps for patients, and (4) apps for physicians in supporting guideline adherence. CONCLUSIONS: Throughout the evaluated data, patients from all age groups receiving antithrombotic drugs expressed the desire for a digital tool that could support their therapy management. In addition, physicians using mobile guideline-based apps may have contributed to decreased adverse event rates among their patients. In general, digital apps encompassing both user-friendly designs and scientific backgrounds may enhance the safety of antithrombotic therapies. However, our evaluation did not identify any apps that addressed all antithrombotic drugs in combination with perioperative stratification strategies. Currently, strict regulations for smartphone apps seem to negatively affect the development of new apps. Therefore, new legal policies for medical digital apps are urgently needed.

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24th International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction, HCI International, HCII 2022 ; 1582 CCIS:349-357, 2022.
Article in English | Scopus | ID: covidwho-1919685

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Restrictions imposed on societies across the world due to the COVID-19 pandemic have had direct and indirect consequences to the public’s health and well-being. Unlike many countries, Sweden’s restrictions were significantly milder. Businesses offering recreational services provide activities that are important to the well-being of the public. This study explores the status and perspectives of 34 Swedish businesses that provide recreational activities during COVID-19 and the role of technology on recreational services. Results show that businesses comply with guidelines and recommendations, have trust in the government despite lack of sufficient support, and have special considerations for youth. Technology was significant in aiding businesses to cope with COVID-19. Trends reported are: adoption of new remote technologies, increase of digital tools use, offerings of online services, and openness to new solutions. © 2022, The Author(s), under exclusive license to Springer Nature Switzerland AG.

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International Journal of Educational Sciences ; 38(1-3):24-33, 2022.
Article in English | Web of Science | ID: covidwho-1918325

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A sudden shift to complete online teaching and learning due to the COVID-19 pandemic created many challenges for educational institutes, their administrators, teachers and students. This study investigated students' online teaching experiences with the intention to shape higher education institutes' (HEI) Information and Communication Technology (ICT) integration policies and practices. A mixed-method research approach was used to collect data. The quantitative data were collected using a survey questionnaire and focus group discussion method was used to gather qualitative data. The students' views of their instructors' online instructional and assessment strategies revealed that teachers confined themselves to the university guidelines and used the recommended learning management system (LMS) and digital tools but lacked the training to utilise many of the features available in the recommended LMS and digital tools that could be integrated with the LMS due to poor knowledge and ICT skills. This study suggests that HEIs should invest in research to understand students' choices of digital tools and train teachers to maximise the use of the LMS.

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JMIR Form Res ; 6(6): e33411, 2022 Jun 23.
Article in English | MEDLINE | ID: covidwho-1910862

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BACKGROUND: Postpartum depression (PPD) is one of the leading causes of maternal morbidity, affecting up to 18% of Canadian new mothers. Yet, PPD often remains untreated due to numerous barriers in access to care, including location and cost. Development of eHealth interventions in collaboration with patient partners offers an exciting opportunity to fill this care gap and provide effective and affordable care to new parents across British Columbia. OBJECTIVE: Our aim was to determine the content and design preferences of women previously diagnosed with PPD to inform changes to the development of a web-enabled intervention for education and management of PPD. METHODS: Webpage prototypes were created to mimic the web-enabled resource using findings from completed focus group research that assessed what women want in a web-enabled support resource for PPD. A convenience sample of women aged >18 years and previously diagnosed with PPD was recruited. Feedback was collected on the content and design of the prototypes via semistructured interviews and online surveys. Qualitative, inductive analytic, and quantitative methods were used. RESULTS: A total of 9 women (mean age 37.2 years, SD 4.8 years) completed the interview and a majority of the survey. The following 6 themes were identified: (1) inefficacy of text-heavy layouts, (2) highlighting key information, (3) clarity/understandability of the language, (4) finding support groups, (5) validation and immediate help for feelings of isolation, and (6) helpfulness and accessibility of the resource. Each theme identified elements of content or design that were either effective or may be improved upon. Most women (8/9, 89%) favored content relating to foundational knowledge of PPD, such as symptoms and management options. The layout, language, and content were found to be generally easy to understand, clear, trustworthy, and helpful. CONCLUSIONS: Six key areas were identified by women previously diagnosed with PPD, as requiring focus in a web-enabled psychoeducation program. Consistent with past research, this study also found that support and enthusiasm for web-enabled programs support PPD management as an adjunct to other evidence-based treatments.

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World Allergy Organ J ; 15(7): 100661, 2022 Jul.
Article in English | MEDLINE | ID: covidwho-1907865

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Patient care in the allergy and respiratory fields is advancing rapidly, offering the possibility of the inclusion of a variety of digital tools that aim to improve outcomes of care. Impaired access to several health care facilities during the COVID-19 pandemic has considerably increased the appetite and need for the inclusion of e-health tools amongst end-users. Consequently, a multitude of different e-health tools have been launched worldwide with various registration and access options, and with a wide range of offered benefits. From the perspective of both patients and healthcare providers (HCPs), as well as from a legal and device-related perspective, several features are important for the acceptance, effectiveness,and long-term use of e-health tools. Patients and physicians have different needs and expectations of how digital tools might be of help in the care pathway. There is a need for standardization by defining quality assurance criteria. Therefore, the Upper Airway Diseases Committee of the World Allergy Organization (WAO) has taken the initiative to define and propose criteria for quality, appeal, and applicability of e-health tools in the allergy and respiratory care fields from a patient, clinician, and academic perspective with the ultimate aim to improve patient health and outcomes of care.

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Machine Learning-Driven Digital Technologies for Educational Innovation Workshop ; 2021.
Article in English | Web of Science | ID: covidwho-1895922

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The global COVID-19 pandemic forced educational institutions at all levels to modify and migrate their teaching methodologies entirely to an online modality. Universities with technical programs were challenged to teach students the skills and abilities obtained only through laboratory or physical workshop experiences. This project focused on developing an immersive virtual reality application as a learning methodology to interact with a vertical milling machine. Additionally, we integrated a web plugin with similar functions to expand students' learning experience. Using the computerized design software Solidworks and Blender, we configured the assembly of a vertical milling machine to use in video game development software such as Unity. With this software, we created a virtual reality application (governed by fundamentals of educational theory) that allowed users to recognize the milling machine's parts and functions and simulate actual interactions. Additionally, with an accessible virtual reality kit, we added a web plugin with similar functions to achieve a greater scope of teaching. Thus, developing a virtual reality application as didactic support and training familiarized students with a vertical milling machine's parts and operations. This project can be implemented in different educational institutions seeking a dynamic and innovative way to teach machinery in a virtual environment.

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2022 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, CHI 2022 ; 2022.
Article in English | Scopus | ID: covidwho-1874729

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The COVID-19 global pandemic has ignited lightning-fast adoption of digital tools in our communities, organizations, and systems of governance. It also inspired an unprecedented level of providing access to digital devices to communities and individuals lacking prior access. The situation and circumstances provide a unique opportunity to understand digital divides through a new lens. In this work, we contribute a contemporaneous understanding of digital divides beyond access by qualitatively analyzing over 300 calls made to a volunteer-based community IT help desk. We highlight the intertwined network of challenges leading to ecosystem digital divides and contribute new insights into how the complex socio-technical systems of practice, and the tools to support them, must adapt to bridge digital divides more effectively. © 2022 ACM.

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Sustainability ; 14(9):5624, 2022.
Article in English | ProQuest Central | ID: covidwho-1842589

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The COVID-19 pandemic in recent years and the massive presence of information technology generate one of the biggest challenges facing humanity, namely the technological challenge. In this context, educational technologies have a positive impact on the correct and effective teaching and learning of physical education and sports (PES), with a great positive impact on future sustainable higher education (HE). Thus, various innovative techniques could be of interest, such as the use of social networks and fitness sites, e-learning platforms, computer games, and telephone applications involving video analysis and age-specific images of students and the skills taught. This study aims to establish the main means used by technology, through which it can improve the teaching, learning, and practice of PES. This paper demonstrates the positive effects of technology on the PES field in modern society through a regression model, applied to data collected from 260 students from 2 Romanian PES Universities. The pedagogical and educational elements of our model also highlight the role of technology as a facilitator of knowledge, functioning as a tool that comes to the aid of specialists in the PES field.

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